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COVID-19/Health information

Information for clients

The information on this page regarding COVID-19 is not set and may be liable to change.  All Government regulations override any information that is set in this section, which may have not yet been updated.

My businesss is classed as 'close contact services' and regulations related to this business classification plus any restrictions my insurance sets down will affect how I am able to work.

Currently there are no specific COVID-19 regulations. But, as before COVID came along, I am keeping the therapy room, bathroom and areas where clients may go or touch thoroughly cleaned, any towels or blankets are changed after each client; the room is aired between clients.

I have hand sanitiser available for your use.

If you wish to wear a mask during your appointment for any reason please do so. I always have masks available if you wish to use one.

If you would prefer me to wear a mask, please just ask.


I see clients who are at higher risk of becoming seriously unwell if they contract COVID-19 or any other trasmissable disease.

Please reschedule or cancel your appointment if:

  • you or anyone you live with are experiencing any Covid-19 symptoms or you are required to self-isolate

  • you have a bad cold or flu or any other transmissable disease,

Know which symptoms to look out for

Respiratory infections can spread easily between people. The symptoms of COVID-19 and other respiratory infections are very similar so it is not possible to tell if you have COVID-19, flu or another infection based on symptoms alone. Most people with COVID-19 will have a relatively mild illness, especially if they have been vaccinated.

Symptoms of COVID-19, flu and common respiratory infections include:

  • continuous cough

  • high temperature, fever or chills

  • loss of, or change in, your normal sense of taste or smell

  • shortness of breath

  • unexplained tiredness, lack of energy

  • muscle aches or pains that are not due to exercise

  • not wanting to eat or not feeling hungry

  • headache that is unusual or longer lasting than usual

  • sore throat, stuffy or runny nose

  • diarrhoea, feeling sick or being sick

Most people feel better after a few days or weeks although some people may continue to have some symptoms long term, but this does not mean that they are still infectious. In general you may be infectious for around 5 to 10 days and it is best to stay away from people who are at higher risk from catching COVID -19 for 5 to 10 days after you first notice your symptoms or have a positive test.

You can find information about these symptoms on the NHS website.

The following link takes you to the UK Government website for information on keeping safe from COVID-19 - Click here


I look forward to welcoming you to Copthorne Therapies.

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